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'Anything will do': GoFundMe started for 7-year-old killed in hit-and-run crash

Posted at 6:08 PM, Nov 02, 2020

MILWAUKEE — A GoFundMe was started for seven-year-old Londyn Quesada, who was killed in a hit-and-run crash just three blocks from her home last Wednesday.

The organizer is Jamie, the aunt of Iesha, who was injured the crash. Iesha's daughter is Londyn Quesada.

"I'm coming to ask for help and Justice. My niece out of work for a while and we just need help. Anything would do," Jamie writes on the GoFundMe page.

As TMJ4 News reported, the deadly crash happened near 76th and Calumet last Wednesday night in Milwaukee.

Last Friday, Milwaukee police said they arrested two people in connection to the crash. An initial investigation found that the men were allegedly street racing when they smashed into the car Iesha and her daughter were in.

Click hereto see the GoFundMe.

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